Viewing fidelity from the perspective of an ethic of caring, Nel Noddings explores how this virtue might be moved from the periphery to the center of educational work. She argues that such a reorientation would not undermine, but rather enhance, the quality and depth of teaching, learning, and research. She urges, further, that fidelity to persons be taken as the proper measure and guide for the implementation of educational reform.

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